A glorious wetlands teaming with birdlife with easy access and a boardwalk along the southern end of the reedbeds.
The 1st hide is a disgrace but the 2nd gives great views from the west end.
Birding highlights seen here during 2 visits
Audouins Gull, Lesser black backed Gulls, Med Gulls, 6 Caspain Tern, 4 Penduline Tits, 2 Bluethroats, Cragg Martins, Marsh Harrier, Purple Swamphen, Flamingo, Avocet, Ruff, Blackwits, Glossy Ibis, White Storks, Black headed Weaver, Fan tailed Warblers, Shoveler, Pochard, Coot , Cattle Egret, Grey Herons, Cormorants, Common Sandpipers, Chiffchaffs and Hoopoe plus a rare Greenshank.
|Black winged Stilt|
|Black headed Weaver|
|Fan tailed Warbler|
Nice photos. You made one slip though- you've inadvertently called the Caspian Tern a Caspian Gull!ReplyDelete
Thanks Conehead. not the 1st slip up with my wording.ReplyDelete
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